The golden age for Southeast Asia’s tech advancement is at hand. By 2030, Southeast Asia’s digital economy is poised to grow to $1 trillion, according to a Google-led report. This digital economy is also considered by investors to be one of the last in the world to offer opportunities.
A glowing economy on the precipice of a tech boom, coupled with an innovation-receptive population, makes Southeast Asia a glittering epicenter for Pro-AV businesses.
InfoComm Southeast Asia made a strong debut in 2019, attracting 7,743 visitors comprising decision-makers and serious buyers from 45 countries, of which 83% were from Southeast Asia. The region is poised to become the fourth-largest market in the world by 2030.
Boost your brand awareness and credibility in the Summit, the comprehensive learning portion of InfoComm Southeast Asia where visitors are educated and inspired by industry experts like yourself.
With the all-new vBooth, InfoComm Southeast Asia 2022 empowers your business to connect and schedule meetings with the right solution-seekers even before the Show. A dedicated page on the Show website, vBooth is designed to provide visitors – your potential new clients – with salient information about your company, complete with intuitive navigation and convenient browsing.
2021 saw as many as 40 million users across the region join the internet for the first time. By 2030, its digital economy is poised to grow to $1 trillion, according to a Google-led report. This digital economy is also considered by investors to be one of the last in the world to offer opportunities.
According to Report Ocean, Southeast Asia’s AR and VR market will grow by 38.3% annually with a total addressable market cap of $31.6 billion from now to 2027. AR and VR, touchless digital signage, wearables and voice-recognition systems – such cutting-edge technologies will be highly sought after as more businesses converge at SEA, all hoping to be a part of its digitalization journey.
Paralleling the staggering growth of Southeast Asia’s digital economy is its GDP, projected to spike from $3 trillion in 2020 to $6.8 trillion by 2030, as reported by China Daily. Bain & Company says that by 2022, some 50 million new consumers will join the middle class in Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam, adding to the region’s $300 billion middle-class disposable income. This middle class fully embraces the online world, using it to drive their own personal developments.
The revenue of the larger Asia Pacific’s Pro-AV market is also set to hit $126 billion by 2025. Its growth will be the strongest compared with the rest of the world’s. The surging Pro-AV sentiment in the continent will certainly inspire and boost ASEAN’s own activity.
10 June 2020
Hailing from a diversity of industries and backgrounds, they came in droves from all over the region and went away inspired. Find out more about our visitors and how you might be able to meet their business needs.
Next Integrated Experience Technology or NIXT Southeast Asia is one of the first platforms in the world to bring together next-generation innovators in technologies including AI, IoT, Robotics, XR, 5G and Cloud, to meet with vertical market institutional buyers, systems integrators and supply chain players along the entire eco-system.
NIXT’s co-location with InfoComm Southeast Asia 2022 is a win-win placement which amplifies the visitorship and synergies between the two.
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